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I Simply Fell

I Simply Fell Abdulaziz, this story’s his It wasn’t rape he said I tripped and fell and what the hell I landed on the bed I lost an ounce as I bounced and bounced The bed was all so springy Though it might seem, I didn’t mean To land there in her thingy She was asleep, I’m not a creep I didn’t even wake her I simply rose, slipped on my clothes Then gently I did shake her The jury heard and took his word Though farfetched it might be And don’t you know, they let him go Not guilty and scot free The judge that day simply slipped away Refused to talk about it How were they swayed, was someone paid? A lot of folks don’t doubt it Abdulaziz was rich, still is Could well afford a pay off They’ll watch the jury to see who’ll hurry To skip town on their day off True story of course

Copyright © | Year Posted 2016




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